Importance of Attic insulation
Believe it or not, your attic helps keep your Portland home comfortable by acting as an extra layer of protection from the fluctuating outdoor temperatures. However, this strategy only works when your attic is properly insulated—and, unfortunately, many are not.
Do you find yourself wondering if there’s a draft inside your Oregon home? If you’re starting to feel colder than usual, a possible reason could be your attic is not insulated as efficiently as it could be.
HomeRx can help improve your home’s quality and comfort with attic insulation. Let us assist so you can reap the many benefits of proper insulation in your home.
HomeRx Attic Insulation Promotion
At HomeRx, we recognize how essential it is to have a properly insulated attic, especially because of the impact it has on the efficiency of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. That’s why we are proud to inform you of our current Attic Insulation Promotion through the Energy Trust of Oregon Incentive.
For a limited time, the financial incentives for insulating your attic in Oregon and Washington have increased—meaning your attic insulation installation could cost you little to nothing. Be sure to speak with one of our professionals to go over the details.
What Are the Benefits of Insulating My Attic?
In addition to keeping you comfortable inside your home on a cold winter night, insulating your attic is beneficial for several reasons, including:
Optimizes the Efficiency of Your Heating and Cooling System
Attic insulation prevents warm and cold air from escaping your home. Your heating and cooling system will be able to maintain the temperature you set without overworking itself. As a result, your system will operate more efficiently and increase your level of home comfort in the process.
Helps You Save Money by Reducing Energy Costs
Opting for attic insulation could help you save money. Since your system will be more energy efficient, it won’t have to work as hard to maintain the set temperature—reducing both your energy usage and energy bills as a result.
In fact, the US Department of Energy (DOE) claims your heating and cooling expenses could be reduced by as much as 20 percent.